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Virtual Meeting And Electronic Voting By-Law For Condominiums

Sarah Morrey
Publication date:
May 1, 2020
Article Summary: 

Ontario's Order in Council allows condominium corporations to host virtual meetings during the emergency period without a by-law, but does not specify any details about how they should take place. Corporations should consider passing a virtual meeting and electronic voting by-law to provide details about proper processes and protocols for virtual meetings and electronic voting, and to ensure successful and interactive virtual meetings and electronic voting. The chair of a virtual meeting should ensure that questions posed by owners via the chat function are acknowledged and answered aloud. To increase owner participation, all owners should be able to vote through the electronic voting platform until the end of the voting period. Corporations may consider including language in the notice that allows them to convert the virtual meeting to an in-person meeting, if necessary.


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Sarah Morrey
Virtual Meeting And Electronic Voting By-Law For Condominiums
May 1, 2020
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